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One of the most frustrating things in Adobe Reader is that you can't add form fields to your files with it. You can fill them in, if they exist, but not create them. You usually need to purchase some expensive application to do that, but not any more!
Using this new tool I've developed one can create form fields even in the free Reader (XI version only!), simply by drawing them using built-in the Square commenting tool and then converting them to real, fillable fields.
It's fast and easy to do. All you need to do is draw the squares where you want the fields to be located, and as their comments enter the desired field name, like so:
|The original comments (click to enlarge)|
You can even specify some special properties for various field types, such as:
- Default values for Text fields
- Export values for Radio-Buttons and Check-Boxes
- The list-items for Combo-box (Drop-down menus) and List-box fields
After creating the comments you select the ones you want to convert and run the tool from the Extended menu on the right:
|Creating text fields I|
|Creating text fields II|
|Creating text fields III|
|Creating text fields IV|
|Creating check-boxes I|
|Creating check-boxes II|
|Creating radio-buttons I|
|Creating radio-buttons II|
|Creating a combo-box I|
|Creating a combo-box II|
|Creating a list-box I|
|Creating a list-box II|
|Creating a signature field I|
|Creating a signature field II|
If you have any questions about this tool, you can contact me directly.